It’s the sweet sweet festive season this weekend, 4th of July at the Queen Victoria Market’s as we welcome those deliciously round holey desserts we all know and love…….DONUTS!
Yep, it’s Happy Fourth of July everyone! And to celebrate, not only will you get a chance to try all your favourites like the well and truly best hot jam donuts, chocolate-filled donuts, vegan and gluten-free donuts, churro bowls and more, while washing it down with 1950’s style milkshakes, but! You’ll also get a chance to win, that’s right we said win, a year’s supply of Hot Jam Doughnuts!
In collaboration with the American Doughnut Kitchen, Queen Vic Market is giving one person a chance to win a whole year’s supply of hot jam doughnuts plus a $100 QVM vouchers! But how, how?! you ask…
Click on this! Fill out the deets, and fingers crossed!
The incredibly delicious doughnuts will be made my incredibly gifted hands of the following traders:
- Bistro Morgan Bakehouse
- Short Stop Melbourne
- American Doughnut Kitchen
- Churro Kitchen
- St. Gerry’s
- Pasta Face
- G.Free Donuts
There’s also live entertainment!
As if gorging yourself on round goodness wasn’t enough, you can work some of it off by getting a little two step in with some awesome live shows.
Damon Smith Trio
Time: 10.30 – 11.15 | 11.45 – 12.30
Damon Smith is an award-winning composer, lyricist, music producer, writer, instrumentalist, filmmaker and performer. He has been touring around Australia with his Sun Rising band and Mental and Everything show. Boogie Woogie piano playing at it’s fun and enjoyable best.
Horns of Leroy
Time: 1.15 to 2.00 | 2.30 – 3.15
Melbourne’s Horns of Leroy have become one of the country’s premier brass bands. Inspired by the sounds of New Orleans and fused with the energy of the Melbourne streets, the group has earned themselves a reputation for delivering raucous shows built on strong foundations and insatiable energy.
Hula Hoop performer (a.k.a HoopDogg), Roving Entertainer, Circus Instructor and Captain of the World’s first Hoop Army!
The donuts start at: Sunday 4 July, 9am – 4pm, Queen Street
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